Your company or trading name
Daily Customs & Daily Knives
Tell us about where you’re from, what you do, how it all started and why you enjoy it.
I was born and raised in the beautiful city of Hamburg, Germany. Daily Customs started off as a small project after finishing uni and has since grown into where we are today. The best thing about all of this is that I have turned my hobby into a career.
What are your aims and are there any items or products you’d love to make?
What we are aiming for, is to make Daily Customs and Daily Knives into a household name when it come to quality in the field of EDC and knives.
What do you consider your greatest achievement in the work you do associated with EDC?
Producing our very own knife series was a magnificent project, I am very proud of.
What is the best thing you have made and why?
In my opinion, our DC 91.3 scales top that list. Design, variety, and production quality are simply unmatched.
What EDC gear is in your pockets right now?
Today, I am carrying an SAK Mechanic with titanium DC scales, a Hanko flashlight, an Anso Matrix wallet, my keys, and a Fellhoelter TiBolt.
What’s the favourite piece of EDC gear that you own?
I don’t even have to think about my answer. It’s the Rolex Datejust. Owning one had been on top of my EDC bucket list for a very long time.
What EDC item would you love to own and why?
I’d love to get my hands on a Master Electrician or Master Gardener by Victorinox. They were part of a very limited run for SMKW.
A random fact about yourself that readers won’t learn anywhere else
My favourite word is ‘Hutschefiedel’. It is a North German word for a small car.
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